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[–] distorted_game 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago 

My friends fat roommate left her fucking pubes all over the shower walls. Fat people are inherently gross. Their grossness isn’t a symptom of the fat, it’s why they’re fat in the first place. They treat their bodies just like they treat everything else and the fatness is the physical symptom of that.

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[–] Fupachabra 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Wtf how much effort does it take to run the shower an extra 30 seconds to rinse the hair away?!

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[–] distorted_game 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

Oh it got even better when she confronted the roommate the roommate denied it. They were the only two people who could have done it.

Then the fatty calls the student advisor or whatever they have in student housing for conflicts, and cries that she’s being bullied and harassed. Then they have a meeting with the both of them to resolve the conflict and when my friend brings up the pubes, the fatty begins to sob about how her mother used to hit her and that this reminds her of that.

It was amazing.

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[–] Carsandsarcasm 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago 

I've noticed this just being in the houses of lazy, fat people. Everything is messy, there is clutter everywhere, there are crumbs everywhere, there is splatter everywhere, there are dishes everywhere, etc. It's disgusting. Ignoring the long term benefits of cleaning things regularly rather than waiting for your house to become beyond repair, how can you live in that sort of filth? I have a mortgage all to my self and that is so, so preferable to a fat roommate.

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[–] Fupachabra 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I went to a friend of a friend's on 4/20 to chill... I ended up leaving within an hour because the friend's friend was a small planet with just barely enough room for four drinks on a long coffee table due to all the debris...

Something was poking me in the butt, so at one point I sat forward and dug my hand in the couch (in retrospect, a high mistake) and pulled out a WAWA container that smelled lile old cheese... But the weight of it I could tell there was old food in there... And a glove of crumbs coated my hand. I threw it on thw ground, washed my hands, and then walked home.

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[–] matthew-- 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

been there done that with room-mates stealing food

get a bar fridge, and keep it locked up in your room, hide your food there, along with all your cooking utensils (buy your own pots and pans). When it comes time to wash, and the sink is full, move the dirty dishes out; wash your things; put the dirty stuff back, and leave. Don't clean anything that isn't yours if they won't also clean it.

Until you can move out, the winning move is just not to play, your room is your sanctuary, everything else is out of your control.

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[–] ilikefish 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

This so much. There are few things I despise more than having to clean up someone else's mess. Unless It's my job, then go fuck yourself and clean it yourself. Everything of mine is safely with me.

The only problem though is that if he didn't clean up their shit the house would probably get infested with bugs and rodents. And they won't be content with just the fatties rooms, they'd go after his too. So in a way what they do affects everyone in the house.

I hope to God they don't have any pets because if they're fat they probably won't care if their pet shits on the floor, especially in a shared house like that. I went to an acquantince's house once and stayed over for some hours. The dog took a shit in the living room, they yelled at the dog, and left the shit. It was still there when I left. I also noticed dried shit at other parts of the house. I wish I was kidding.

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[–] HitlerDinduNufin 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

Wait till they are both home. Walk out the door. Lock it behind you. Burn the whole place down.

It's the only solution.

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[–] Prophet6 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Know that every surface of your house has fecal matter... Fats do not wash their hands after. Light switches, door knobs, walls, forks and knives, everything.

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[–] blackdovespeaks 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

lmao I literally thought that all awful roommate stories were fake. Seems like I've been disproven.

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[–] EarthquakesAreScary 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I think there's a bit of crazy needed to just be cool moving in with people you hardly know. Or might not even know at all. Which ensures it's always going to be a bit on the side of weird. I've had a fair amount of them and they've always been among the coolest or worst people I've ever known. But never boring.

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[–] zaimenellen 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I managed to put some rules with my brothers: Your room is the place in which you shouldn't,but you are allowed to make a mess,other rooms of the house have to be tidy and clean. With simple rules you can solve a lot of problems in the house,but you have to reinforce them:

-Every single item must have its place,after use must be putted where it belong -What you use you clean,things must be clean for the next user

With this two rules you have a clean and tidy home,at thebeginning it's hard because other people can't see the benefit of living in a clean space.

If you eat something mine first time you have a warning and rebuy what you ate.

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[–] EarthquakesAreScary 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Main problem I see there is that different people often have vastly different ideas about what clean means. Works fine if you're all from a 'very' similar subculture with fairly similar values. Further away from that you get the more chance of definitions changing.

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[–] FeelinDucky 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

You should buy a minifridge that you could store somewhere out of their reach/find a way to lock it. Solves the food stealing problem if you don't buy loads

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[–] DorothyMantooth 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

That's my suggestion, too. Buy a minifridge--an inexpensive one, and spend the money you saved on a good lock for it (and for your bedroom door, where you can keep non-perishable food as well). Seriously. Do not leave any food where they can get to it, and if they ask about it tell them flat out that you're tired of paying for food that disappears before you get to eat it.

You might be able to get a guy at the Home Depot or whatever to install the padlock on the fridge for you, and if not call around; there are lots of metalworking shops and/or locksmiths where someone would be happy to help you. (Assuming the fridge door is metal, because they usually are; a metalworker can bolt a hasp onto that metal surface, or even weld it on, depending on the finish, in about two minutes.)

Also, quit keeping their eating secrets for them. Tell the other about the fast-food-sneaking. You don't have to do it in a snitchy way, just a light laugh and a, "Oh, Doris was sitting right where you are eating that same thing yesterday," type of comment will do the trick. You don't owe them pretending they don't eat like hogs when they think nobody's looking.

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[–] zaimenellen 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

My advice is not to do the comments,fat people are like children and they will make a mess for some shit like this. It's not I have fear, it's because I have stuff to do and I don't have time and energies to spend fighting fat stupid people. I want to be relaxed in my house. She have to move out as soon as she can.

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[–] Lofofo [S] 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Haha. When I catch them, I bring up the fact they are on a diet and shouldn’t eat that. They go on and say shit like “oh. I’m so starving. I haven’t eaten all day. It’s a cheat meal”. I just laugh and shake my head. Going To the gym for an hour to walk on the treadmill for 5 minutes and attempt to lift weights does not give you the right to eat a 1400 calorie meal.

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[–] ScreaminMime 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Fuck that, OP would still have to deal with all the other bullshit. Moving and never rooming with another fat again is the only option.

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